MotoGP » Rossi picks favourite MotoGP bikes

“These bikes have a very high limit in everything. So it is a great moment” – Valentino Rossi.

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September 02, 2014 1:20 PM

re: "It is a great pleasure to ride, because these bikes have a very high limit in everything - braking, power in acceleration, but also corner speed and grip on the edge. So it is a great moment now."

hey, they don't cost 5 mil because they don't do what they say on the tin...? :)


September 02, 2014 2:52 PM
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2014-a pretty good year for such a retrospection. VR has an unrivalled GP experience and I think a time will come when he will speak more about all the bikes he rode once (not just the Japanese ones).
If written and published, that might be a best-seller .


September 02, 2014 3:00 PM

Its a good choice!! On the 500cc i enjoy the Suzuki even if was nothingh special in many areas was still good in cornering and braking, i enjoy waching Kenny Roberts Jr winning in 2000.. The Honda RCV V5 will allways be one bike to remember i mean its the first project of 4stroke machines is allways special and for Honda was even better because was a very sucefull model in the hands of Vale, but i have to say both the 2004 and 2005 Yamaha was super great loocking bikes, even the sponsers had great colors..=) I enjoy more that bikes that this recente models , like i told when Dorna intruduce the 800cc they *** the previews development, now this new 1000cc machines have more stuff releated to the 800cc development but the M1 is still the best for me.. Like Rossi say this new machines are very complex with great Tehcnology really from other world in every aspect, like allways development and evolution never stop, just ask Agostini how he feel riding one of this new


September 02, 2014 3:09 PM

I figured he would pick the two stroke Honda. Redding rode Schwantz' bike last year and said it was the the most incredible thing he'd ever ridden.

No electronic bs, just a 270LB 195HP race bike that commanded the rider's respect.

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